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THREE CHEERS FOR SWEET REVENGE, the major-label debut album from My Chemical Romance, is one of the years most anticipated albums. With influences ranging from Iron Maiden and the Misfits to Morrissey. The first single is "I'm Not Ok (I Promis)."

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''Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge'' is the second album by American rock band My Chemical Romance. Released on June 8, 2004 through Reprise Records, it was produced by Howard Benson. This was the bands first album to be released through Reprise Records. The previous album, ''I Brought You My Bullets, You Brought Me Your Love'', was released through Eyeball Records.

Four successful singles were released from this album: "Thank You for the Venom", "I'm Not Okay (I Promise)", "Helena" and "The Ghost of You". According to frontman Gerard Way, the album uses a metaphorical, fictional horror story, inspired by the band's love for horror movies and comic books, to tell their own feelings about the world and the band. Way says the story tells of a character who was killed by gunfire, and makes a deal with the Devil to see his lover again, but must first bring the "''souls of a thousand evil men''" to Hell. - Wikipedia